Tottman is a family name with a history dating back to the middle ages in Great Britain. Tottman was originally from British origins. Records dating back to 1058 suggest there was a contingency of Tottman's in the county of Cornwall. This was a regular occupational term during the Anglo-Saxon period in Southern England, but now the name is fairly widespread around the UK. During the period of the British Empire the name spread with the colonies to areas of America, Asia, India and Australia.
Throughout the world there are around 106635 people with this name. The 1911 census carried out by H.M. Treasury for the United Kingdom and Ireland shows the highest number of Tottman's in the county of Cambridgeshire. An early 20th century Tottman was noted as liking a drink after police allegedly threw him out of no less than five watering holes in a single night.
Traits associated with Tottman
The Tottman's are well known for their perky personalities. The Tottmans are imaginative, charismatic and complex due to their historical linkage with the planet Saturn. Changing horses in the middle of the stream is another small quirk in the Tottman personality which makes decisivness, and carrying out a decision particularly hard for them. It is often seen for members of this family to avoid a possible romantic situation, quite often over looking the possibilities. 109
Some of the more famous Tottman's include: